Making cookies or using play dough with your kids can help them build fine motor skills, practice doing math while doubling recipes and, for little ones, help them understand different shapes. From rolling out the dough to helping them learn how to properly use dough stampers or cookie cutters, the entire experience is also perfect for making memories. But traditional metal cookie cutters might be an issue for younger tots. Swap them out for some kid-friendly, plastic cutters and watch them pull double duty for cookies and arts and crafts clay.
Children will love the vibrantly colored pieces in this kids’ dough stamper set. You’ll get 20 cutters, eight stampers, an extruder with four molds and plenty of utensils to get creative.
This kids’ dough stamper set comes with two rolling pins, plenty of stencils, a stencil roller, two extruders and plenty of dough stampers in animal and everyday object shapes.
This kids’ dough stamper set is made from wood, a signature feature for Melissa & Doug toys. The vivid clay and tool colors will keep children engaged as they improve fine motor skills.
We like that this kids’ dough stamper set also features six design tools that include two rolling pins, a roller and even a variety of cutters and stencils.
We like that this kids’ dough stamper set has cutters that are the perfect size for little hands to easily grasp. You’ll get 26 letter cutters, 10 number cutters and five math symbols.
My kids love helping with baking projects or pretending to “bake cookies” with play dough, and dough tools like the ones here are a fun way to engage their imaginations and get them interested in creating more.
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